HSBC to create the head office of ring-fenced bank in Birmingham • Around 1,000 roles will relocate to Birmingham • Global bank to serve its UK personal and business customers from Birmingham • HSBC joins a growing number of international firms locating in the city • Move to Arena Central is the largest property deal […]
Residents who want to have their say on local democracy have just a week left to complete a survey or submit a written contribution.
The independent improvement panel met with Leader, Sir Albert Bore, Deputy Leader, Ian Ward, and Chief Executive, Mark Rogers, yesterday (18 March 2015) in the first of a series of monthly meetings, scheduled for 20 May 2015, 11 June 2015 and 10 July 2015. Public updates are expected shortly after each meeting and briefings around […]
Public to have their say on the future of the £500 million Birmingham Smithfield investment An event tomorrow (Thursday 18 March) at Birmingham Hippodrome marks the start of an eight-week public consultation on the Birmingham Smithfield visioning document. The consultation provides the public with an opportunity to have their say on the future of this 14 hectare […]
Confidence in city’s planning vision leads to a new detailed planning application for Three Snowhill The 400,000 sq ft site will comprise Grade A office, retail and leisure space Three Snowhill will complete the 1 million sq ft Snowhill development Developer Ballymore has this week submitted a detailed planning application for Three Snowhill. The site […]
Visitors to global real estate show MIPIM will today (Thursday 12th March) hear further details of one of Birmingham’s most keenly anticipated developments.
Birmingham City Council is pressing ahead with plans to put the Grand Central shopping complex on the market as the landmark development nears completion. Grand Central, which sits above New Street Station, is set to open in September 2015. So far almost 90 per cent of the new shops, restaurants and cafes including a flagship […]
Liz Peace CBE, the former Chief Executive of the British Property Federation (BPF), has become the Chair of the Birmingham Curzon Urban Regeneration Company.
Birmingham is today (Wednesday 11th March) launching a £500 million plan to regenerate a 14 hectare site at the heart of its city centre.